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Happyprinting blossoms in Bulgaria

March 21, 2019

Happyprinting has revealed its excitement at announcing a new franchise partnership agreement with J Point Plus in Sofia, Bulgaria.

Together the two companies will launch the Happyprinting brand and online printing platform in Bulgaria. J Point Plus is a printing company in Bulgaria specialising in digital printing, offset printing, and wide format printing, with “a strong focus on customer service, marketing and innovation.”

By introducing the Happyprinting platform in Bulgaria, ordering and handling of printed products will become much easier, more efficient, resulting in a better and happier customer experience.

“We are very excited to cooperate with Happyprinting. Together we will soon launch the Bulgarian Happyprinting webshop, and look forward to offering the Bulgarian customers a great online printing experience.”, says Alexander Manev, CEO at J Point Plus.

“There is a great personal match between J Point Plus and Happyprinting. We’re both excited about print innovation and want to go the extra mile for our customers. Therefore we look forward to creating a great online printing business in Bulgaria, with many happy customers as a result.”, says Sven Rusticus, CEO Happyprinting.

Happyprinting is growing fast, explains the company, and will soon be live in seven countries: The Netherlands, South Korea, New Zealand, Australia, Ireland, Norway and Bulgaria.

“Rolling out a global concept at high speed is creating a lot of energy. And we have an exciting road ahead,” according to Jean-Pierre Meijer, co-founder and CTO of Happyprinting.

Happyprinting was first launched in 2017. Printing companies worldwide can use its online printing solution, in combination with the full Happyprinting branding and marketing package. Happyprinting says it’s vision is to “create a global network of printers, based on one brand, one platform, and local printing partners.”

Happyprinting was founded by Sven Rusticus, former COO of Drukwerkdeal / Printdeal, and Jean-Pierre Meijer, former Global IT Director at Dow Chemical.

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